#19 - Theological Education on Five Continents: Anabaptist Perspectives
What are the primary needs within the Mennonite and Brethren in Christ family today? Conversations with national leaders worldwide place two items at the top of the list: leadership training and identity formation. Meeting in July of 1997, church leaders from five continents agreed that MWC would:
- make available Consultation materials
- encourage research and sharing
- foster further dialogue and collaboration.
This book is the initial step towards meeting those objectives.
- Presentation (Larry Miller), Introduction
- Part I—Foundations and Framework: The Church and Its Theological Education (Daniel S. Schipani—Argentina/USA)
- Part II—The Task and the Challenges of Theological Education: Congregational Theological Education (Leonor de Méndez—Guatemala)
- Responses (Cathy Mputo—Congo, Mikha Joedhiswara—Indonesia, Ineke Reinhold-Scheuermann—Netherlands, Heidi Regier Kreider—USA)
- Non-Formal Theological Education (Bedru Hussein—Ethiopia)
- Responses (Wendy Binks—India, José Gallardo—Spain, John Powell—USA, Helen Dueck—Canada/Bolivia)
- Formal Theological Education (Lydia Harder—Canada)
- Responses (Bruce Khumalo—Zimbabwe, Jaime Prieto—Costa Rica, V. K. Rufus—India, Bernhard Ott—Switzerland)
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